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In the end, these NBA Finals continue to prove there is only so much one man can do—even a king.
LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers did the impossible last year, but as is always the case, it is time to redefine what classifies as such. Right now, the Cavaliers taking even one game from these Golden State Warriors ahead of the third attempt on Wednesday night seems unlikely.
It may seem like hyperbole, but only to those who didn’t catch Game 1. Or Game 2. We’re talking about 113-91 and 132-113 outcomes that aren’t as similar to last year’s series as some in the greater Cleveland area might hope.
The above sounds all doom and gloom from a Cavaliers perspective, but it’s for good reason. Sunday night was earmarked as an event where the defending champions would show off brilliant tactical adjustments to counteract Kevin Durant and the Warriors, making this an interesting series and living up to its historic billing.
Those hoping for such an angle will have to keep waiting.
Instead, James dropped 29 points, 11 rebounds and 14 assists in the blowout. It was easy to see how dire the situation was at halftime, as illustrated by HoopsHabit’s Gerald Bourguet:
Stop if you’ve heard this before—James simply doesn’t have anything else around him. Kevin Love scored 27 points but got routinely abused inside. Kyrie Irving looks like he’s playing some of the worst basketball of his career coming off a game in which he scored 19 on an 8-of-23 line.
Veterans meant to help the second unit, such as Deron Williams and Richard Jefferson, might as well be invisible, and supposed Durant-stoppers like Iman Shumpert and others can’t even take the floor because of Golden State’s lineup.
It’s understandable, then, if James was a bit testy in interviews after the game, as captured by NBA TV: